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FOX News
Mar 19, 2011 7:00am EDT
morning, america. the government today will borrow $5 billion. and the next day. and the next day. and the day after that. should the focus be on saving? hour two on "fox and friends" starts right now. >> welcome to "fox and friends" and peter is here for dave who is off this week. >> thank you for helping us out. we have a fox news alert because violence exploded in eastern libya and forces loyal to muammar qaddafi have waste nod time if breaking the cease-fire. >> and our reporter is on the ground, and he is joining us live but he is on the move. what can you tell us, rick? >>reporter: we are at a gas station eat -- east of benghazi and chaos. the residents are fleeing. a million residents but not now because of the shelling that it has beenen taking. we woke up to the sound of tank fire and incoming fire artillery possibly from a ship in the mediterranean and there was a jet shot down just south of our hotel on the southern edge of benghazi. we saw the jet flying over the hotel. there was antiaircraft fire that hit the jet and it went down. on fire. hit the ground in a crowded
FOX News
Mar 26, 2011 7:00am EDT
, the president not giving an address from the oval office when it happened, in latin america, on the trip, did not cancel that trip, this is an effort to down play the u.s. role in this but they have not been able to hide the fact that the u.s. is by far the biggest player. >> i am glad you brought up latin america, and the president says he was in latin america because job is still the number one issue and we will not be thrown off by libya and the middle east, and looking ahead to 2012, what will be the most important issue, foreign policy facing the problem, libya and otherwise, or jobs? >> obviously if the election were held today, foreign policy would play a bigger role than a few weeks ago. but, it could be by 2012 that we're back to the issues that we have just had for the last few years which is, jobs and the economy and the president will be judged on the progress he has made. >> and the accumulation and that effect. >> coming up, democratic lawmakers pushing a bill that cuts the abstinence only education program but the u.s. has one of the highest teen pregnancy rates in developed wo
FOX News
Mar 5, 2011 7:00am EST
to america? they are going to own our country that's it we are all out of jobs then we start whining about the mexicans. we are losing manufacturing to mexico. look what's taking place we can't compete we can't do this we can't do that. now we are whining about the chinese. and indians. >> he is not minutesing words on his way out. speaking at wheaton college. also sasz taxpayers cannot funds the sur rent size of the government. a massachusetts child being call add here row seeing a house fire and jumping into action. >> that was my first fire i ever saw. i thought it was dangerous so i called my mom to tell her and she went in there and saved their life. >> fittingly 6-year-old rachel beichel is the daughter of a firefighter. she noticed smoke coming from the neighbor's home and told her mom to call 911. good thing she did. when the fire crews arrived they discovered a couple inside who didn't know the house was on fire. one was in a wheelchair. she was rewarded for her quick thinking about a cookie. perfect really. that would motivate my children to do everything. >> that's how we reward
FOX News
Mar 12, 2011 7:00am EST
and the teams have started to arrive from cre i -- from korea, america, mexico and other countries. they will be on the ground quickly helping to save lives in the first hours, finding the survivors. >>alisyn: that is vital and beyond search-and-rescue what can the dozens of countries do? >>guest: the next step up is doing a full assessment of what has happened and make a measure of what the needs of the government are and what the needs that cannot be met in the country. that will happen quickly and the united nations also has been asked by the government of japan to deploy teams to help with that so we have those teams in soon so we will soon have a better picture of what has happened but obviously it is clear that there is a huge disaster that no country could deal with on their own and the government is japan has quickly asked for help. dave taste and&-- >>dave: and it is a fluid situation. thank you. >>clayton: could you u.s. see a similar disaster? how a fault line off our west coast to create unimaginable death. stay tuned. wow. it's really coming together. yep. this way, ev
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